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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 65, Number 11, November 2010

Replacing Luer connectors: still work in progress
pp. 1059-1063(5)
Authors: Walker, I. A.; Griffiths, R.; Wilson, I. H.

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Malignant hyperthermia in India
pp. 1063-1065(3)
Authors: Gupta, P. K.; Hopkins, P. M.

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NCEPOD – so what?
pp. 1065-1068(4)
Author: Mason, D. G.

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A simulation-based evaluation of two proposed alternatives to Luer devices for use in neuraxial anaesthesia
pp. 1069-1079(11)
Authors: Cook, T. M.; Payne, S.; Skryabina, E.; Hurford, D.; Clow, E.; Georgiou, A.

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A new valve for draw-over anaesthesia
pp. 1080-1084(5)
Authors: Payne, S.; Tully, R.; Eltringham, R.

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The effect of propofol and desflurane anaesthesia on human hepatic blood flow: a pilot study
pp. 1085-1093(9)
Authors: Meierhenrich, R.; Gauss, A.; Mühling, B.; Bracht, H.; Radermacher, P.; Georgieff, M.; Wagner, F.

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The effect of isoflurane or propofol anaesthesia on liver injury after partial hepatectomy in cirrhotic patients
pp. 1094-1100(7)
Authors: Yang, L. Q.; Tao, K. M.; Cheung, C. W.; Liu, Y. T.; Tao, Y.; Wu, F. X.; Yu, W. F.

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A survey of intensive care unit visiting policies in the United Kingdom
pp. 1101-1105(5)
Authors: Hunter, J. D.; Goddard, C.; Rothwell, M.; Ketharaju, S.; Cooper, H.

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Gastro-Laryngeal Tube for endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography: a preliminary report
pp. 1114-1118(5)
Authors: Gaitini, L. A.; Lavi, A.; Stermer, E.; Mora, P. Charco; Pott, L. M.; Vaida, S. J.

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Pulse contour cardiac output derived from non-invasive arterial pressure in cardiovascular disease
pp. 1119-1125(7)
Authors: Bogert, L. W. J.; Wesseling, K. H.; Schraa, O.; Van Lieshout, E. J.; de Mol, B. A. J. M.; van Goudoever, J.; Westerhof, B. E.; van Lieshout, J. J.

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Successful resuscitation following ropivacaine-induced systemic toxicity in a neonate
pp. 1137-1140(4)
Authors: Hübler, M.; Gäbler, R.; Ehm, B.; Oertel, R.; Gama de Abreu, M.; Koch, T.

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A rare case of malignant hyperthermia in the Indian subcontinent
pp. 1141-1142(2)
Authors: Gopalakrishnan, C. V.; Suparna, B.; Arun, V.

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Not again! The non-cycling blood pressure cuff
pp. 1142-1142(1)
Authors: Norris, A.; Bennett, M. W. R.

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A reply
pp. 1142-1142(1)
Author: Hartle, A. J.

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Rapid sequence obstetric spinal anaesthesia
pp. 1142-1143(2)
Author: Williamson, R. M.

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A reply
pp. 1144-1145(2)
Authors: Kinsella, S. M.; Scrutton, M. J. L.; Girgirah, K.

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The learning curve for videolaryngoscopy
pp. 1145-1146(2)
Authors: Butchart, A. G.; Young, P.

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A reply
pp. 1146-1147(2)
Authors: McElwain, J.; Laffey, J. G.

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Lighting during ultrasound-guided regional anaesthesia
pp. 1148-1148(1)
Authors: Soltanifar, S.; Rashid, A. K.; Crowley, M. P.

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Intravenous lipid emulsion in propanolol overdose
pp. 1148-1150(3)
Authors: Dean, P.; Ruddy, J. P.; Marshall, S.

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An unusual complication of arterial catheter removal
pp. 1150-1151(2)
Authors: Glennon, K.; Nair, P.

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Aura-iTM laryngeal mask as a conduit for elective fibreoptic intubation
pp. 1151-1151(1)
Authors: McAleavey, F.; Michalek, P.

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Unusual complication of a McCoy bladed laryngoscope
pp. 1151-1152(2)
Authors: Galloway, S.; Cruickshanks, A.

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Blood transfusion and the anaesthetist: management of massive haemorrhage
pp. 1153-1161(9)
Authors: Thomas, D; Wee, M; Clyburn, P; Walker, I; Brohi, K; Collins, P; Doughty, H; Isaac, J; Mahoney, PF; Shewry, L

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